NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Titans' biggest move in free agency fell flat when Peyton Manning chose Denver. They still have plenty of options in the NFL draft.
They filled their quarterback needs last season by drafting Jake Locker with the eighth pick overall and then signing veteran Matt Hasselbeck. They chased Manning as a free agent only when owner Bud Adams decided to join the chase. Since Manning chose Denver, new general manager Ruston Webster has been busy meeting with a handful of veteran free agent centers and signing defensive linemen.
Tennessee also has visited with some of the top receivers available in the draft.
Webster said the choice for No. 20 overall will be simple in the end. He said the key is making sure to take the best player.
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